Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 Overview
The MasterCase Pro 6 is a mid-tower case like all of the other cases in the MasterCase series. It has official dimensions of 544 x 235 x 548mm and weighs in at just over 25 lbs without any hardware inside. The case is all black, and they is the only color available currently. Most of the case is made of steel with the top, front, and back panels being made of plastic. Cooler Master has gone with a sort of more sleek design with this case. There are no visible ventilation holes or drive bays.
The front of the case is all plain except for a small Cooler Master logo in the center of the front panel. This front panel of the case can be pulled forward in the same fashion as the one we saw on the MasterCase 5t. This reveals two 5.25-inch drive bays. With the front panel pulled forward your CD-ROM drives will be able to open fully.
The front panel comes completely off of the case. This reveals a large filter that covers two 140 mm intake fans. Typically you can fit two 120/140 mm fans here, but if your remove the ODD cage you can actually fit a third here as well.
The top of the case is pretty much all plan except for a compartment towards the front of the case. When you lift the door on this compartment you’ll find two USB 3.0 ports, headphone and microphone ports, and power and reset buttons. The entire top section of the case can be removed to reveal a removable cooling bracket which supports two 140/120 mm fans or a watercooling radiator up to 280 mm.
The side of the case features a large side panel window that will allow you to show off all of your hardware inside. If you noticed all of the cooling spots on the case are covered. You can increase the airflow of the case by simply popping the top and front of the case slightly. Below you can see a photo of the panels in their normal orientation and then again popped out.
At the back of the case you’ll find the third included cooling fan, which is a 140 mm blue LED fan. Cooler Master actually has two version of this case, one that comes with blue LEDs and one that comes with red LEDs. Moving down you have your expansion slots and then your power supply mount is at the bottom. The back panel of the case can easily be removed. When you remove it, it gives you access to the side panel thumbscrews and the fan filter that pulls out from the bottom of the case.
Finally at the bottom of the case we find two very large feet that will lift the case off the ground for proper airflow. Each of the feet have smaller rubber feet on them which will keep your case from sliding around and damaging your desk or what you plan on putting your case on.